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As you are travelling a lot, there’s no doubt you want to save on it. And choosing appropriate credit card application may be difficult and disturbing. But don’t forget about our credit experts, who are always here and ready to help you. Please, don’t hesitate and ask your question.

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I have an excellent credit score that I’ve worked hard to earn and maintain. What kinds of cards are available to me, that reflect my great credit?

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Congratulations on having a sky-high credit score. You must have made all your payments on time, kept your revolving balances low, had your credit cards for a long time, and utilized a mix of types of credit, such as a business loan or ... Continue reading
I see many credit cards advertised as having no foreign transaction fee. What does this mean? Is it important for me to have a card like this?

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A foreign transaction fee is what the credit card processing network charges every time you make a purchase in another country. Usually this fee is 2-3% of your purchase. Continue reading
I was looking to apply for the Cheapoair Visa Signature card, but cannot find where to apply. Can you help?

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You can find all information about CheapOair credit card on the company’s website. Note that you won’t be able to choose which card to apply. The issuer will approve for a card based on your credit worthiness and it can be CheapOair Credit Card, CheapOair Visa card, or CheapOair Visa Signature card. Continue reading
I book my flights at Onetravel recently and noticed that they have a credit card. Is it like any other credit card and I can use it everywhere? And are there any chances I qualify for it, my credit is fair.

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OneTravel indeed offers a credit card to their customers. There are three versions of the card: OneTravel Credit Card, OneTravel Visa® Credit Card, and OneTravel Visa Signature® Credit Card. Continue reading
Does the Delta card have an annual charge and does it offer an annual companion fly free coupon?

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There are two Delta consumer credit cards and only one of them will get you a companion certificate – the Platinum Delta SkyMiles credit card. This card has an annual fee of $195. The rewards program is pretty standard: it gives 2 miles on Delta purchases and 1 mile on all other purchases. The ... Continue reading
Which United card gives free baggage, priority seating?

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There are two consumer credit cards offered by United. The first is the United MileagePlus Explorer Card that comes with such travel benefits like first checked bag free and priority boarding. The second card – the United MileagePlus Club Card – has all benefits of the first card and some ... Continue reading
Is there an annual fee for a United Mileageplus awards card?

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The United MileagePlus Explorer Card has a $95 annual fee, which is waived for the first year though. Such annual fee is pretty standard for travel rewards credit cards. The other card, the United MileagePlus Club Card has a $450 annual fee. Such high annual fee implies access to travel perks and ... Continue reading
My friend told me she got a credit card that automatically made her a member of a special travel club. Do you know how I can do that, too? I want to be in the club!

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There are many credit card rewards programs that bill themselves as "travel clubs," but the truth is, they aren't exclusive and they aren't hard to join. Continue reading
Bofa denied my application for the Allegiant credit card even though my credit is good and I always pay all my card on time. Is there another credit card that will allow me to earn and redeem miles with Allegiant?

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There are travel credit cards that are not tied to a particular airline and will allow you to earn miles (or points) and redeem them with any airline, including with Allegiant. Continue reading
I’m putting in an REI application so I can get discounts at their store, but I’m also interested in getting a travel rewards card. Which one do you recommend?

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Getting a travel rewards card is a great idea, especially if you are the adventurous sort who enjoys camping, rock climbing, and other outdoor activities. Continue reading

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